John Skelton is a principal literary determine and the best poet in the course of the first thirty years of Tudor rule. however, he is still tough or even contradictory for contemporary audiences.
Thisbook goals to supply an authoritative consultant to this advanced poet and his works, surroundings him in his old, spiritual, and social contexts. starting with an exploration of his existence and occupation, itgoes directly to disguise all of the significant facets of his poetry, from the literary traditions within which he wrote and the shape of his compositions to the manuscript contexts and later reception. Contributors:Tom Betteridge, Julia Boffey, John Burrow, David Carlson, Helen Cooper, Elisabeth Dutton, A.S.G. Edwards, Jane Griffiths, Nadine Kuipers, Carol Meale, John Scattergood, Sebastian Sobecki, Greg Waite
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